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SPI 055: Blog to eBook to Membership Site in Less Than a Year—Starting Smart with Trevor Page

By Pat Flynn on

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In this session of The Smart Passive Income Podcast, we bring back another success story interview with someone who has built a successful online business outside of the blogging, make money online and social media niches.

One year ago, Trevor Page was working a comfortable 9-to-5 job. Today, he’s working for himself. Trevor is still in the “beginning stages” of his online business career, but for someone who is just starting out he’s doing really well for himself. He’s not making millions (yet), but he’s extremely close to replacing the income he had working 9 to 5, and he’s enjoying his work that much more.

Trevor shares with us how he started How to Program with Java and what he did to get it off and running so quickly after launch. In less than a year he’s built a massive audience, has received tons of traffic, authored a top selling eBook and is now accepting members to his brand new membership website.

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